Hearing care professionals, today, face a variety of challenges on the path to providing the best hearing care for their patients. Oticon RemoteCare is a tool that enables hearing care professionals to provide real-time, remote fine-tuning to their patients. In today’s session, you will learn what you and your practice need to get started with Oticon RemoteCare.
Course created on March 30, 2020
Kelly A. Stahl
Manager of Distance Education
Kelly Stahl currently serves as Manager of Distance Education for Oticon, Inc. Previous to this position, she worked clinically for 19 years in a variety of settings. During that time, she was an invited speaker to various corporate and philanthropic organizations. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at LaSalle University and Salus University. Her education includes a B.S. in Communication Disorders and M.S. in Audiology from Radford University and an Au.D. from Arizona School of Health Sciences.
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